Street Art at the Royal Albert Hall

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An artist puts the finishing touches to a piece of Graffiti art on the ‘Icon Wall’ at the Royal Albert Hall on June 15, 2009 in London, England. The exhibition documents the history of the world famous venue with artwork specially commisioned by the Royal Albert Hall painted on the walls of the loading bay at the venue. Many of the artists who have played their over the 138 year history are depicted, including Jimmy Hendrix, Pavarotti, The Beatles and the Killers. The free exhibition opens for one day only on the 22 June.

Finbarr Notte(Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images Europe)

So, this ‘artist’ is Finbarr Notte, one of LADG’s contributors. You can see more of his work on Flickr, and in case you’re curious about his formal work, you can check out his old portfolio, but be careful: Google says this site can harm your computer (!!!):

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4 Responses to “Street Art at the Royal Albert Hall”

  1. niikoole Says:

    Nice 😀

  2. Melvær Says:

    Finbarr can also harm your sanity… I still sometimes feel that finger tapping on my shoulder.

  3. denisol Says:

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. I still sometimes see his reflection by the window saying: whatever.

  4. Igor Says:

    He’s not dead guys… but yeah, we all miss him…. Amen

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